We're proud to be the Navarre area's only independent professionally run Chamber of Commerce with an office located in the "Heart of Navarre" at 1804 Prado Street.
As we have for almost 50 years, we remain focused on our mission:
"To promote civic and economic prosperity throughout our community."
Annual Gulf Coast Multi-Chamber Business After Hours
Name:Annual Gulf Coast Multi-Chamber Business After Hours
Date:October 16, 2019
Time:5:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDT
For nearly 35 years, the Perdido Area Chamber has worked on the Florida-Alabama state line to allow comradery and collaboration to business professionals and community members who live, work and play in the Perdido Area. Each October, Local Chambers of Commerce from across the Gulf Coast come together for a networking social to celebrate the continued hard work for our common purpose of promoting successful business along the gulf coast. The Annual Gulf Coast Multi-Chamber Business After Hours is returning to the Flora-Bama on Wednesday, October 16, 2019, from 5 pm to 7 pm. As we have strived to succeed and grow together, we expect our reach to be larger than ever, with a multitude of chambers who enjoy doing business across the gulf coast!
The Perdido Area Chamber staff and Keyholders are excited to welcome all local chambers, their members and prospective members to attend the event. Of course, do not forget to bring your business cards for some incredible networking. If you would like to bring an item to be included in the door prizes, please be sure to do so! Make sure to visit our Facebook event page and let us know if you will be attending!
COVID-19 Testing Site to Remain Open Two More Weeks at UWF With No Pre-screening Required
A mobile COVID-19 testing site with no pre-screening required will remain open for two more weeks for Escambia and Santa Rosa County residents at the University of West Florida.
The drive-through test site will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at the SP2 parking lot, which is on the east side of campus near the East Sports Complex. Individuals are asked to remain in their vehicles.
The site was opened at the request of the Governor’s Office under the direction of the Florida Department of Health in conjunction with both Escambia and Santa Rosa counties and assistance from the Florida National Guard.
If you and your management team are wondering if your county is trending in the right direction to continue reopening your community, visit Florida's county level COVID-19 trend tracker and click on your county in the top right drop down box.